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she brought him to me this morning. hes out of his head with a fever. whered he come from? asked the doctor. mrs. hollis says he was peddling goods up at main street and the bridge last night. which one is he? demanded annette, eagerly, as she emerged from the buggy. is he ggoodlooking, with blue eyes and light hair? or is he bblack and ugly and sort of crosseyed? the judge peered over his glasses quizzically. thinking about the boys, as usual! now i want to know what business you have noticing the color of a peddlers eyes? annette blushed, but she stood her ground. all the ggirls noticed him. he wasnt an ordinary peddler. he was just as smart and ffunny as could be. well, he isnt smart and funny now, said the judge, with a grim laugh. the two men passed up the long avenue and into the house. at the door they were met by mrs. hollis, whose small angular person breathed protest. her black hair was arranged in symmetrical bands which were drawn tightly back from a straight part. when she talked, a goldcapped tooth was disclosed on each side of her mouth, giving rise to the judges joke that one was capped to keep the other company, since mrs. holliss sense of order and regularity rebelled against one eyetooth of one color and the other of another. good morning, doctor, she said shortly; theres the doormat. no, dont put your hat there; ill take it. isnt this a pretty business for melvy to come bringing a sick tramp up hereon general cleaningday, too? arent all days cleaningdays to you, sue? asked the judge, playfully. when you are in the house, she answered sharply. then she turned to the doctor, who was starting up the stairs: if this boy is in for a long spell, i want him moved somewhere. i cant have my carpets run over and my whole house smelling like a hospital. now, susan, remonstrated the judge, gently, we cant turn the lad out. weve got room and to spare. if hes got the fever, hell have to stay. well see, well see, said the doctor. but when he tiptoed down from the room above there was no question about it. very sick boy, he said, rubbing his hand over his bald head. if he gets better, i might take him over to mrs. meechs; he cant be moved now. mrs. meech! cried mrs. hollis, in fine scorn. do you think i would let him go to that dirty houseand with this fever, too? why, mrs. meechs front curtains havent been washed since christmas! she and the preacher and martha all sit around with their noses in books, and never even know that the waterspout is leaking and the porch needs mopping! you cant tell me anything about the meeches! neither of the men tried to do so; they stood silent in the doorway, looking very grave. for mercy sake! what is that in the front lot? exclaimed mrs. hollis. the doctor had an uncomfortable premonition, which was promptly verified. one of the judges friskiest colts was circling madly about the driveway, while astride of it, in triumph, sat annette, her dress ripped at the belt, her hair flying. if she dont need a womans hand! exclaimed mrs. hollis. i could manage her all right. the doctor looked from mrs. hollis, with her firm, closeshut mouth, to the flying figure on the lawn. perhaps, he said, lifting his brows; but he put the odds on annette. that night, when aunt melvy brought the lamp into the sittingroom, she waited nervously near mrs. holliss chair. miss sue, she ventured presently, is de cunjers comin out? the what? de cunjers what dat pore chiles got

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